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Cutting-edge grinding solution

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A very warm welcome to you with news from the Bright World of Metals and

Reliable, accurate, on the ball – and fortunately orange. Otherwise, with all this perfection, it would be a little monotonous. But now, the ingenious robot, which has moved into the halls of a manufacturer of precision tools and tool grinding machines, not only does excellent work but is also an eye-catcher. Because this aid for humans has also been flexibly programmed, it can be put to use comprehensively. Everything is focussed on one overall objective: Cutting-edge grinding solutions. You can read more in July’s theme of the month!

Enjoy reading!
The GIFA Team

The Topics

Monthly topic: Cutting-edge grinding solution
Business news: Stay up-to-date
Düsseldorf CityTip: Retrospective Olaf Breuning

Topic of the Month

Cutting-edge grinding solution

Photos Topic of the Month

SAACKE was looking to achieve a significant reduction in changing times for the smooth loading of various workpieces into the grinding center of type UW I F. The company thus opted for robot-based automation of the grinding process.

Today, a KUKA robot from the KR AGILUS small robot series in a waterproof design ensures fast and precise transfer and unloading of workpieces and has thus optimized the capacity utilization of the tool grinding machine.

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Business news

Machine at GIFA
Keep yourself informed at all times! We deliver current news from the world of foundries round the clock 365 days a year. This is what the GIFA area Business News has in store for you. Have a look at the article overview:
• Saarstahl receives an award from a Japanese customer
• Flexible production, cost-effective processing and fuel savings of up to 30 percent
• StrikoWestofen convinces visitors to the “Metaltech 2016”
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Düsseldorf CityTip

Retrospective Olaf Breuning

Olaf Breuning: The Art Freaks, 2011 / NR
Olaf Breuning is known for his impressive pictorial worlds and his ironic views on a reality that is shaped by the media. His photographs, videos, drawings and installations make use of a shared visual language and mix symbols from the world of pop and the media with icons of high culture. Somewhere between humour and a painful seriousness, they make us aware of our consumerism, Western stereotypes and gender clichés and analyse the relationship between art and kitsch, reality and illusion, authenticity and artificiality. The NRW-Forum Düsseldorf will dedicate the biggest retrospective to date, including all important work cycles from the past 15 years.
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